GLENWOOD SPRINGS – On the Nov. 7 election ballot, voters will see three seats up for election, one contested, for the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees. The following candidates submitted verified petitions by the deadline and reside within specified boundaries in one of three trustee districts: Trustee...

At its August 30 meeting in Steamboat Springs, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution to put a ballot issue before the voters of the district in November 2017. If passed, this ballot issue will authorize the trustees to maintain college services in the future by adjusting the...

Completed petitions due Sept. 1

At their June 23 meeting in Glenwood Springs, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees voted to approve a 2017-18 general operating fund budget of $65.5 million. This balanced budget reflects an increase over 2016-17 of 1.2 percent, which is well below inflation. Projected revenues reflect a $79,000 decline in...

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met at the college’s campus in Rifle Wednesday, where they directed staff to complete negotiations on the letter of intent for the lease-purchase of the Denison II housing project with the Town of Breckenridge. The 30-unit housing project will be used for student and...

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met Jan. 25 at the college’s Vail Valley campus in Edwards for a community meet-and-greet, a regular board meeting, and two work sessions – one on capital projects, and the other on tuition and fees. Following the work session on tuition and fees, which included...

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met at the college’s Central Services administrative offices in Glenwood Springs Dec. 13-14, for a community meet-and-greet and hard hat tour of Cooper Commons, a regular board meeting, and two work sessions – one on capital projects, and the other on tuition and...

Continuing to look into construction, renovation of academic buildings and potential campus housing

Board commits to developing culture of trust, transparency, collaboration and shared values

Association of Community College Trustees recognizes Debbie Novak